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Book: Is Coffee Good For You? Discover the powerful health benefits of coffee by Jeen van der Meer
Is Coffee Good for You - Discover the Powerful Health Benefits of Coffee While it is true that individuals enjoy coffee due to its great taste and the social based interactions that surrounds its use, researchers in the medical field are now starting to identify the fact that coffee has the potential to benefit the health in numerous ways. In this book, you will learn how coffee assists migraine [...]
 
Book: Cool Coffee Creamer Secrets - 20 Homemade Coffee Creamer Recipes
Cool Coffee Creamer Secrets - 20 Homemade Coffee Creamer Recipes As you flip through Cool Coffee Creamer Recipes, you will discover some of the most popular and most enjoyed recipes from around the world. You will discover some of the most popular flavored coffee creamer recipes contained in this book. You will learn how to create these popular flavors by simply utilizing items that you likely [...]
 
Book: Critical Reviews of Top Rated Coffee Makers by Jeen van der Meer
Critical Reviews of Top Rated Coffee Makers. Are those expensive brewing machines really worth the money or not? You can't always trust what a salesman is going to tell you. Advertisers make money by figuring out how to gloss over the less impressive features of coffee makers. Even your friends may not tell you the 'real scoop' about that overpriced coffee machine they bought. These reviews will [...]
 
Book: How To Make Iced Coffee - 20 Best Iced Coffee Recipes by Jeen van der Meer
SPECIAL XMAS OFFER!! Iced Coffee recipes aren't just delicious, they're REALLY EASY to make, as well. How To Make Iced Coffee will tell you how to make the best iced coffee you have ever had.And they are all so easy to make, these mouth-watering cold drinks. We have collected 20 of the most popular and best recipes.There is something for every taste and preference. Impress your guests and family [...]
 
Book: The Robusta Incident by Jennifer Fales
Coffee with a double shot of voodoo and vengeance. Meet Howard Danishefsky. He's a smart-mouthed chemist working for his ex-lover turned tight-skirted, ball-busting boss, Melinda Carpenter, in the shiny downtown office of an international coffee conglomerate known as the Robusta Corporation. He has a legendary astrophysicist father in the Consortium of Evil that he's never met, a dead Russian [...]
 
Book: Dog's Coffee-Shop by Uncle Amos
"An adorable story with many levels of meaning about friendship, pets, and relationships. Another fine book from the Amos constituency!" Grady Harp === Who says that humans are the only ones doing the training? Parents and children alike will enjoy this light-hearted children's book that teaches us all the importance of a loving home. The official meeting of The Dog Club takes place every [...]
 
Book: Six of One, Half Dozen of Another by Robert Lamb
Stories and poems from a lifetime of work by one of the South's foremost writers. Ranging in genre from reality to fantasy, the works show the development of a writer and his style from youth to maturity, with an afterword on the origins each. This book is an ideal companion to the author's highly regarded novels: Striking Out (A PEN/Hemingway nominee), Atlanta Blues (A Southern Critics Circle [...]
 
Book: Absolute Resolve (The Coffee Cafe Series) by C.R. McBride
Absolute Resolve - The Coffee Cafe Series - The Coffee Cafe is a place where friends are made, lovers meet and relationships begin. Of course how they will end is yet to be known... Did you know that authors are the new rock stars? Nick is a sexy, young, new author, his story has touched the hearts of every young girl in the UK and they all want a piece of him. Literally! To escape the madness of [...]
 
Book: A cup of coffee and a good talk by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
This book rescues the pleasure of reading good texts addressing several contemporary subject matters such as friendship, faith, the advantages of getting old, happiness and many others. More than offering solutions and answers, it entices the reader to reflect on its own. So that, relax with your cup of coffee and enjoy the reading.
 
Book: The Bitter Trade by Piers Alexander
In 1688, torn by rebellions, England lives under the threat of a Dutch invasion. Redheaded Calumny Spinks is the lowliest man in an Essex backwater: half-French and still unapprenticed at seventeen, yet he dreams of wealth and title. When his father's violent past resurfaces, Cal's desperation leads him to become a coffee racketeer. He has just three months to pay off a blackmailer and save his [...]
 
Book: Rockin' Romance Set (Coffee, Stealing, and Garden) by Roselyn Jewell
This set contains the following three romance books: Coffee, Love, and Other Stimulants - Good coffee is easy true love is a little harder for Kate, a pharmaceutical student who has a knack for finding the wrong man. While she finishes college, Kate tries to focus on a life where hazelnut syrup in her coffee is enough of a satisfaction. But what is she to do when the wrong guys keep hitting on [...]
 
Book: In My Mother's Kitchen by P.C. Marotta
In My Mothers Kitchen a story of mother and daughters bond they shared. Told from the author's own experiences and lessons learned from her mother. Filled with beautiful photo's and mouth watering recipes from traditional Italian to delicious baked treats for all. "Memories like stories fade with time unless they are shared."
 
Book: The Incredible Mr. Black (Blackstone) by Rachel E Rice
"The plot just kept getting more intense as I read it. I have to say that the ending left me wanting more. I can't wait to read the next book in this series." Crystal at Goodreads. When Maximilian Blackstone's erotic gaze washed over Alex, he disappeared into her body. Recent college graduate Alexander Bishop accepted a position at Blackstone Enterprises, where she was mesmerized by the handsome, [...]
 
Book: How Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I Love You by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
How Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I Love You is an off center love story set in a small art town in new mexico. Bridge mccoy is running from his past and looking for a place that will not change. He is broken hearted after a divorce and swears he will never fall in love again - to top it off when he walks he takes two steps forward and then one backward. By chance he discovers lost city - a town in [...]
 
Book: Death Notice (The Northland Crime Chronicles) by Alicia Dean
When newspaper columnist Monroe Donovan receives an obituary listing a future date as the date of death, she blows it off as an error. But after a second one comes in, she senses something more is at play. Her suspicions are confirmed when a victim sharing the name of the 'deceased' is found murdered on the predicted date. Detective Lane Brody sees Monroe as a suspect, accusing her of hiding a [...]
 
Book: Images of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Cuba is the largest island in the Caribbean, a tropical paradise where lovingly preserved 1950s American cars adorn streets lined with crumbling, centuries-old buildings. And, somehow, the seemingly incongruous all fit together in one of the safest and most photogenic countries in the world. A living museum, Cuba effortlessly appeases all the senses. With its warm, educated, population and famed [...]
 
Book: Community Gardens by Karin Boutall
After tragedy struck, she moved back to familiar ground. She built her dream; a garden shop. But Joan Louen soon discovers digging in the garden can reveal more than dirt. COMMUNITY GARDENS is a cozy novella that takes a witty and insightful look into friendships and compassion. A high-definition read.
 
Book: Texas As I See It - An Intentionally, But Only Slightly, Twisted View of the Lone Star State by Warren Paul Harris
After four years of travel across the Lone Star State in search of the minutiae that makes this state unique, the first in a series of at least 4 coffee table books on Texas was complete. Published in November 2011, Texas As I See It is distributed by over 50 resellers across the state and available directly from the book's website http://texasasiseeit.net/ for shipping anywhere in the world. [...]
 
Book: The Start of Something Good (Jamett & Joseph Series) by Gracie Lee Rose
Who knew Mr. Right lived right next door? Jamie Sutherland, coffee shop owner and serial ruined-relationship survivor, moves into a beautiful loft apartment for a change of scenery. What she doesn't plan on getting is an eye-full of her handsome next-door neighbor--in nothing but a towel--arguing with his significant other in the hallway. Joseph Scarbrough's world crashes down on him one cruel [...]
 
Book: Capuchin Tour Guide by John Robert McCauley
In this story, Costa Rican historic events are intertwined with fiction. Regina, who was raised on the United Fruit Company Palm Oil Plantation near Manuel Antonio National Park, embarks on an amazing adventure chasing a symbol of immortality. She escapes devastating volcanic eruptions, jungle dangers and street gangs in a mesmerizing narrative which features vivid detail and pictures and [...]
 
Book: Classic Cars of Cuba by Wayne Gerard Trotman
Due to its unique history, many of Cuba's aspects remain frozen in time. With an estimated 60,000 antique vehicles still in active use, it has more classic cars per person than any other nation in the world. A lifetime after rolling off Detroit production lines, yank tanks manufactured by Ford, General Motors, Chrysler and others remain in active service on Cuban streets. Once the exclusive [...]
 
Book: Twisted Flash Fiction Volume 1 - An Anthology Of Really Short Stories (Coffee Break Tales) by Jaime and Raechel Faulkner
Twisted Flash Fiction (Volume 1) is a collection of ten really short stories - and we do mean really short, as each of these short fiction stories is just 500 words (which qualifies them as micro fiction). That means you can read these modern short stories whenever you have just a few spare moments - on your coffee break, on the bus on your way to work, while you're waiting in line at the bank or [...]
 
Book: The Illustrated Book of Funny Old Sayings - Everyday phrases and their origins by Sally Mooney
Have you ever wondered why we say, "It's raining cats and dogs" and other funny old sayings like, "Don't look a gift horse in the mouth"? Often we know what they mean, but do we know where they originated? Well in this book, you are about to find out! For example, when we want to wish someone a good nights sleep, people often say, "Night night, sleep tight." Who would have thought that this dates [...]
 
Book: Jobs for Angels - Veterans' Nightmare Realities by Blair London
Jobs for Angels: Veterans' Nightmare Realities is a scary look into the world of our veterans. This suspenseful novel by Blair follows a veteran with PTSD and what he experiences after going to war. Young girls help war vets by being a friend, have coffee, and play cards with them, through an organization called AVSA. Ashley, an attractive blonde, falls in love with Trevor, a soldier. After they [...]
 
Book: The Dispensable Wife (The MisFit Series Book 5) by AB Plum
Eyes are everywhere . . . Look at the recently toppled powerbrokers in Hollywood, Washington, and Silicon Valley. Eyes somewhere saw their stupidity. From eyes to mouth to headlines. When iconic Silicon Valley CEO Michael Romanov discovers his cheating wife flirting in public with an obvious loser, he tears her apart. But he slices and dices her with such civility none of the coffee drinkers [...]
 
Book: Humor Me (Life Without a Field Guide Book 2) by Lill Hawkins
From " I Heart/Hate Maine " about Maine's seasons: "We have to crowd all the spring things into the first part of June, because if we didn't, they'd run into summer, which is so short in Maine, that we can't fit all the summer things into it without running smack dab into autumn. Since our first frost is usually sometime in August, this results in a good amount of overlap, as you can imagine. [...]
 
Book: A Kiss And A Cappuccino by Molly Gambiza
What went wrong when it seemed so right? Hannah is a confident young woman who is not afraid to follow her heart even if it means upsetting her parents by going out with Jacob a man her parents don't approval of. They want her to marry their next door neighbour Alastair, a penny pinching individual who likes to count pennies at the checkout supermarkets, keeping other customers waiting and what's [...]
 
Book: We're Not Write - Two Sibs Misusing Technology by Cass Alexander and C.C. Edwards
"It was the best of texts, it was the worst of texts ..." From accidentally propositioning a friend's mom for a ball massage to finding a booger in a cup of coffee, We're Not Write offers a variety of hilarious anecdotes between siblings, Cass and C.C. Bear witness to their digital correspondence, insults, and major life faux pas in this laugh-out-loud collection.
 
Book: The Boy from Buzby Beach by DW Davis
Summer is when teenagers get to sleep late, spend lazy days on the beach, and hangout with their friends, unless your mom owns the only coffee shop on the island. Then summer means getting up before the sun and getting the job done. It also means meeting some interesting characters, including some cute girls. Just ask Jacques, the Boy from Buzby Beach.
 
Book: Mountain Miracles (Smoky Mountain Romance Book 3) by P.C. Zick
A start-up newspaper. A new coffee shop next door. Two fledgling entrepreneurs forced together by circumstance--drawn together by chemistry. Sissy wants to escape the grasp of her mother by moving to a new community and opening a coffee shop. David hopes to make a success of his own newspaper despite his father's wishes he practice law. When Sissy and David both move to the small Smoky Mountain [...]
 


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